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"I've Got a Cold In My Nose"
Now I'm feeling awfully bad...Ker-Choo!
What a time I've hadKer-Choo!
Cause I didn't button up my overcoat
Oh, And all I do is sniffKer-Choo!Pass that hankercheifKer-Choo!
What a funny feeling in my eyes and ears and throat
All my neck and all my kneesAnd all I do is just sniff and sneeze
I got a cold in my noseOh, I got a cold in my nose
Now is it autumn I didn't know.He said yes but I said no
Cause I got a cold in my nose,Cause I got a cold in my nose
You know I went to see the doctorand I asked him what do
Oh, Lord he held the doctorI said I think I got one too
So we lay down side by sideOnce you hear that the doctor died
Cause I got a cold in my nose
Oh, I got a cold in myBoopy-Doopy-Doopy-DoopAh-Ah-Ah Choo!Gazuntite!
Miss Betty will you say something for the Paramount News?
Betty: Sure Mic!
Cause I got a cold in my noseOh, I gotta a cold in my
In song, "I got a cold in my nose" is pronounced "I got a code in my doze". The original song recording is known as "I've Got a Cold in My Nose".
It is unknown if the doctor did have a cold or if he was joking.
It is unknown who "he" is in "he said yes but I said no".
"Cause I didn't button up my overcoat" is a reference to the song "Button Up Your Overcoat". It is also a use of the TV Tropes term "Catching Your Death of Cold", which means catching a weather-induced cold. In real life, colds are spread by viruses and in the cold you are more likely to get hypothermia or frostbite.